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Abies koreana Abies koreana

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A conifer with a truly elegant form, the Korean Fir has much to recommend it. The deep green needles, silver-white underneath, are evenly spaced on the branches, giving the tree a remarkably tidy appearance. The cones, which sit bolt upright on the branches, are one of this tree's most attractive... 
Abies koreana 'Golden Selection' Abies koreana 'Golden Selection'

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This seed has been collected from an as of yet unnamed selection in VanDusen's collection. Growth of the parent tree appears to be limited, dense and bushy. The cones develop a deep grey-violet colour and mature to dark brown in the late fall. Typical of Abies species, the cones disintegrate to... 
Cedrus deodara Cedrus deodara

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Conical coniferous tree with glaucous, mid-green needles. The graceful spreading branches have pendent shoot tips. Bark is dark brown to black and is attractive. Ultimate height 130 feet; spread 30 feet. 
Larix kaempferi Larix kaempferi

  Syn. larix leptolepis
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Conical deciduous coniferous tree with rust-brown, fissured bark.Purplish-red winter shoots are covered in a waxy bloom. Needles are gray-green or bluish green. Height 100 feet; spread 20 feet. 
Larix occidentalis Larix occidentalis

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This deciduous conifer is a narrowly conical tree with blue-green leaves and scaly, red-brown bark. Bears cylindrical to ovoid female cones. Height to 80 feet; spread to 15 feet. 
Picea brachytyla Picea brachytyla

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This conical tree will become more dome shaped in great age, taking on a decidedly uncommon appearance. In youth the tree is conical with upward arching branches and pendent branchlets. Very attractive conifer, and still rare in the west. 
Picea smithiana Picea smithiana

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A beautiful tree with a distinctly conical shape. The spreading branches arch up slightly at the ends, while the numerous long branchlets gracefully drape down. The large 10-20 cm (4-8in) tan to light brown cones are very decorative in the fall and winter. 
Picea torano Picea torano

  Syn. Picea polita
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Pyramidal evergreen conifer to 30 meters high, with long drooping shoots on older trees that resemble a tiger's tail. The bark is gray-brown, deeply fissured and peeling in scales. Bears red-purple pollen cones and brown oblong seed cones. 
Pinus densiflora 'var. Oculus Draconis' Pinus densiflora 'var. Oculus Draconis'

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This slow-growing conical pine becomes flat-topped with age. It features reddish-brown bark and each slender green leaf has two distinctive yellow bands. Bears blue-green female cones. Height 20-40 feet; spread 15-20 feet. 
Pinus jeffreyi Pinus jeffreyi

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This conical conifer has deeply fissured black bark and gray-green leaves 5-10 inches long. Bears ovoid female cones with rounded bases. Height 80 feet; spread 25 feet. 
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